Hi EB readers , i hope you had a nice weekend ? Yes its monday and i know that is one day of the week dreaded by people especially those who live in Lagos State. Well unfortunately you cant avoid it as the saying goes “Man must Hustle”
In the first part of how to survive lagos traffic, which i posted some time back i talked about 9 useful tips that can help in Lagos traffic. Today i am back with the concluding part and this time around i am dropping 7 Tips when driving in Lagos.
The question is how do you optimize the consumption of fuel, control overall cash spending on cars and still achieve extended vehicle life? Read the rest of this entry
Another sad event has occurred Yesterday , 24th of April at 11am as a two-storey building which was under construction on Sea Beach lane at Oworonsoki, a suburb in Lagos state,Nigeria collapsed .
This left 10 victims which were 4 children who were assistants to the construction workers and 6 adults with various degrees of injury.
Vanguard eyewitness, Miss Blessing Atoyebi said: “I heard a loud bang and all I saw was that the entire building had collapsed on the workers. While some escaped unhurt, others are still trapped under the debris. I can’t say the number of people under the rubble but I know that those in the building were working on the structure.”
The ten victims of the disaster were trapped under the rubble for a few hours after the collapse before emergency agencies came to their rescue. The victims were immediately rushed to General Hospital Gbagada for treatment….
Three of the teenagers were identified as Monday Ahungbe, 12; Jimoh Adebi Read the rest of this entry
Finally , the Governor of Lagos State , Fashola has signed the No Smoking in Public Places Bill into law. So it is now illegal to lit a cigarette in public places or you risk a 3-year jail term . Public places like public toilets, museums, nurseries, any facility used for the care of children etc. Read more for other fines…. Read the rest of this entry
A 4-storey building collapsed yesterday at Muri Okunola killing at least four construction workers, the Red Cross said, and leaving around 50 workers trapped inside the rubble, according to witnesses.
The site workers were said to be working on the building on Muri Okunola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, when it gave way.
The artisans, who were caught unaware by the collapse, which happened around 3.30pm, could not escape out of the building before it came down.
It was a scary event as part of the pedestrian bridge at Alaba Bus stop was pulled down by a passing tipper lorry. This caused serious traffic on the motor-road.
Motorists groaned for several hours in the chaotic traffic situation on the road caused by collapsed portions of the expressway, with the rubble of the collapsed bridge obstructing movement
Another Fire Disaster in Lagos as a Petrol depot (storage) tank in Apapa, Lagos exploded emptying its contents. The flame fast spreading toward buildings, and is razing a 2 & a 3-storey building – 12 &14 Edmor street respectively by Wilmer Crescent, Olodi Apapa in Lagos . NEMA officials have begun evacuating occupants of the buildings.
More details later
source : channels news